Assertions about account, Auditing

Assertions about account

Assertions about account balances at the duration end:

a) Existence-assets, equity and liabilities interests exist.

b) Obligations and Rights -the entity controls or holds the rights to liabilities and assets are the obligations of the entity.

c) Completeness-all liabilities or assets and equity interests which should have been recorded.

d) Allocation and Valuation -liabilities or assets, and equity interests that are involved in the financial statements at appropriate amounts and any conclusion allocation and valuation adjustments are suitably recorded.

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